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When Barry took office gas was $1.81 a gallon. This week it hit $3.31 here in New Jersey, only 7 cents below the national average of $3.38.
Wouldn't it be great if there was a plentiful source of crude oil, maybe only a few miles north of us, and a reliable way to get that oil to our refineries?
It's almost like Obama's energy policy is "no energy," isn't it? I mean when he claims that three years isn't enough time to study the Keystone XL pipeline proposal (and like Newt said, we won World War II in less than three years!), and then he goes and puts essentially all of our uranium producing lands off-limits to mining, what other conclusion can I make?
Remember kids, solar panels are awesome, except when the sun goes down. But hey, who needs light at night?
You gotta wonder where Barry's priorities are at when even his own people are chanting Drill, Baby, Drill.
President Obama's jobs council called Tuesday for an "all-in approach" to energy policy that includes expanded oil-and-gas drilling as well as expediting energy projects like pipelines.
"[W]e should allow more access to oil, natural gas and coal opportunities on federal lands," states the year-end report released Tuesday by the President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness.
We're "all-in" alright, all-in deep shit. No coal. No oil. No nuclear. But look, windmills! Which, of course, kill bald eagles by the truckload. Because killing the symbol of America is right up there on his priority list with killing the spirit of America too.
The Obama energy policy — Freeze In The Dark.
OK, so Jillian's back this week, and she reminds me that this is supposed to be a jobs report. Well we need energy to create jobs, don't we? But yeah, she's right, let's see what Barry's been up to on the jobs front.
And wouldn't you know it, but he's declared another laser-like focus on jobs!
Well, if by "laser-like focus" you actually mean the same sorry-ass plan he's been humping, the one which props up some more public employee unions with another $447 Billion of borrowed money, then yeah, he's definitely focused like a laser on "jobs."
Is Obama still pushing that diarrhea of a plan, which includes the same measures that failed in the Stimulus, and only save jobs in the public sector, along with helping out union jobs, mostly in the public sector? Giving people education, particularly college education, doesn't actually create jobs, and creates depression among those who get their sheepskin in social studies and realize that they are only qualified to work as a burger flipper, if there are any burger flipper jobs around.
It's the "unionistas, please vote for Obama" jobs package, and it's got no chance of actually passing the House, so it's all for show, and we know it.
Elsewhere this week, MetLife quit the mortgage business, putting another 4,000 Americans out on the street.
Perhaps that's because no one is taking out mortgages in this economy. Besides, why worry about getting a mortgage when Obama-endorsed #Occupy will steal your house?
Occupy Wall Street protesters announced with great fanfare last month that they moved a homeless family into a "foreclosed" Brooklyn home — even though they knew the house belonged to a struggling single father desperately trying to renegotiate his mortgage.
Re-elect Obama — from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs — and he'll turn us all into beggars 'cause they're easier to please.
My Weekly Obama Jobs Report, the Downgrade Fever is Catchy edition
My Weekly Obama Jobs Report, the Short Term Gain For Long Term Pain edition
My Weekly Obama Jobs Report, the Year End Wrapup Unhappy New Year Edition
My Weekly Obama Jobs Report, the Debbie Wasserman Schultz Reality Check edition
My Weekly Obama Jobs Report: the Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics edition
My Weekly Obama Jobs Report, the Incredibly Shrinking Labor Force edition
My Weekly Obama Jobs Report, Our Dickensian Future Edition
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